In-House Insights with... The Crown Estate

Crafty Counsel went behind the scenes with one of the most progressive, thoughtful and strategic legal teams in the UK: the in-house team at The Crown Estate. If you want to learn specific, practical lessons and inspiration that you can use to develop your own team, look no further.

Rob Booth and the rest of the team talk through key elements of defining and driving legal value, including their law firm panel structure and the value model that they apply both to external counsel and their own team. Look out for Rob’s discussion with Daisy Reeves of BCLP on what makes a good client.

Collaboration
Ben White, Rob Booth and Charles BrastedCrafty Counsel, The Crown Estate and Hogan Lovells

Collaboration

Ben interviews Rob Booth, General Counsel at The Crown Estate, and Charles Brasted, Head of...

Panels: why bother?
Rhys Thomas, Danica Cooper, Jonathan Treadaway and Lucy EatonThe Crown Estate

Panels: why bother?

Law firm panels - why bother? Rhys Thomas, Danica Cooper and Jonathan Treadway, all Senior...

How to be a good customer
Rob Booth and Daisy ReevesThe Crown Estate and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

How to be a good customer

Rob Booth, General Counsel at The Crown Estate, is joined by Daisy Reeves, Partner at...

How to define value
Rob Booth and Jonathan TreadawayThe Crown Estate

How to define value

How do lawyers create value? A much discussed, yet hard-to-answer topic, at a time when...

Personal development
Rob Booth, Daniel Burnand, Katie Sharratt and Rhys ThomasThe Crown Estate and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Personal development

A discussion on how in-house teams can develop their people. The team at The Crown...